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No iMac at WWDC

I was very disappointed that no new iMacs were announced at the WWDC conference yesterday.  In fact, so many users expressed their concerns on Twitter,  Facebook and to Apple CEO Tim Cook, that Apple's Public Relations issue a statement via Forbes.

From Forbes online:

An Apple spokesman just told me that new models and new designs of the Mac Pro, as well as the iMac desktop, are in the works and will likely be released in 2013. That confirms what New York Times columnist David Pogue said yesterday, citing an unnamed Apple executive, about Apple?s commitment to its desktop computers.

In the end, I decided that it was not worth waiting for another 6 months for the new iMacs. I am now busy playing with my new iMac. I am very happy with the new computer.

Personally I don't think its worth waiting. If you need a computer, you should go out and get one. There's always a reason not to purchase a computer, sometimes you need to focus on the present.

 

Apple's Magic Mouse

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Not sure why, but Apple's Magic Mouse doesn't enable the Two-button click by default. This means that you can't do right click to see a drop down menu of options.

To enable, Click in System Preferences. Left-handed users can reassign left and right click, as well.

 

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